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Ambit Rates & Plans California

Ambit Rates & Plans California

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No other state inspires us to follow our dreams and never give up like The Golden State of California. From the talented and ambitious with stars in their eyes to the brave pioneers who blazed a trail to prosperity – California knows what it means to earn acclaim and respect.

That’s why Ambit Energy is so excited to partner with state power and transmission service companies to provide California residents the top-quality service they deserve, from a respected name they can trust.

And although we may not know the secrets to overnight fame and fortune, we look forward to helping you hit it big with our exceptional value and award-winning service.

Ambit Energy Customers in California receive their service from the following energy transmission and distribution company:

  • PG&E provides natural gas service for counties from Humboldt to Santa Barbara County.

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Ambit Rates and Plans

A lot of people only know Ambit for our low, competitive rates. While we’re proud to give our Customers the consistent savings they deserve, those who really know Ambit understand low rates are only part of the story. With great service, loyalty rewards and the opportunity to earn Free Energy, Ambit is an amazing overall value.

So compare for yourself and see why more electric and natural gas Customers throughout California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia and Washington, D.C. Ohio are choosing Ambit Energy as the best choice in energy today.

Discover the great rates and outstanding value you can only get with Ambit.
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AMBIT in OHIO MARKET in 8 Days

AMBIT in OHIO MARKET in 8 Days

AMBIT OHIO MARKET EXPANSION!

Speaking of adding Customers, we’re expanding in Ohio! This means even more opportunities for our Consultants in one of America’s biggest energy markets.

Ohio Edison Market
Toledo Edison Market
Illuminating Company Market
Enrollments begin November 4, 2016
Residential and Small Commercial electric
Potential Customers: 1.8 Million

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You can Earn Free Energy Month After Month – Small Commercial and Residental

About Ambit Energy

Ambit Energy provides electricity and natural gas services in deregulated markets across the United States, primarily marketed through a direct sales channel of more than 250,000 Independent Consultants.

Based in Dallas, Texas, our company is focused on being the finest and most-respected retail energy provider in America, offering cost-effective choices for today’s energy consumer.

In 2010, Ambit was named #1 Fastest-Growing Private Company in America by Inc. magazine, and we continue to pick up steam as the fastest-growing company in the retail energy sector today.

cleveland_ohio Energy

AMBIT ENERGY OHIO MARKET EXPANSION!

OHIO MARKET EXPANSION!

Speaking of adding Customers, we’re expanding in Ohio! This means even more opportunities for our Consultants in one of America’s biggest energy markets.

Ohio Edison Market

Toledo Edison Market
Illuminating Company Market
Enrollments begin November 4, 2016
Residential and Small Commercial electric
Potential Customers: 1.8 Million

Learn How to Earn Free Energy

Join Our Team

Become a Customer

About Ambit Energy

Ambit Energy provides electricity and natural gas services in deregulated markets across the United States, primarily marketed through a direct sales channel of more than 250,000 Independent Consultants.

Based in Dallas, Texas, our company is focused on being the finest and most-respected retail energy provider in America, offering cost-effective choices for today’s energy consumer.

In 2010, Ambit was named #1 Fastest-Growing Private Company in America by Inc. magazine, and we continue to pick up steam as the fastest-growing company in the retail energy sector today.

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Our History
From simple beginnings to game-changing success

It all started with a simple lunch meeting. On a spring day in 2006, two men had a friendly chat about energy deregulation over turkey sandwiches. Those men – Jere Thompson, Jr. and Chris Chambless – were both excited about the opportunity they saw, and thus began their journey to build “the finest and most-respected retail energy provider in America.”

Their new venture would provide affordable electricity and gas, and they agreed that their company would never sacrifice integrity for growth.

The co-founders went to work immediately, and a few weeks later, Jere and Chris set up shop in a large, renovated warehouse in the historic West End district of downtown Dallas. The expansive office space suited their needs perfectly, helping to establish a feeling of “openness” and enabling faster communication. They bought several $19 fold-up tables to use as desks and put together a team of experienced executives who shared their vision.

The rest is history – and the results have been extraordinary.

The Clevelnad Economy

Downtown Cleveland as viewed from Edgewater Park

Cleveland’s geographic location on the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie has been key to its growth. The Ohio and Erie Canal coupled with rail links helped establish the city as an important business center. Steel and many other manufactured goods emerged as leading industries.[74]

The city diversified its economy in addition to its manufacturing sector. Cleveland is home to the corporate headquarters of many large companies such as Applied Industrial Technologies, Cliffs Natural Resources, Forest City Enterprises, NACCO Industries, Sherwin-Williams Company and KeyCorp. NASA maintains a facility in Cleveland, the Glenn Research Center. Jones Day, one of the largest law firms in the US, began in Cleveland.[75] In 2007, Cleveland’s commercial real estate market experienced rebound with a record pace of purchases,[76][77] with a housing vacancy of 10%.[78][79]

Downtown Cleveland from the Superior Viaduct

The Cleveland Clinic is the city’s largest private employer with a workforce of over 37,000 as of 2008.[80] It carries the distinction as being among America’s best hospitals with top ratings published in U.S. News & World Report.[81] Cleveland’s healthcare sector also includes University Hospitals of Cleveland, a renowned center for cancer treatment,[82] MetroHealth medical center, and the insurance company Medical Mutual of Ohio. Cleveland is also noted in the fields of biotechnology and fuel cell research, led by Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Clinic, and University Hospitals of Cleveland. Cleveland is among the top recipients of investment for biotech start-ups and research.[83] Case Western Reserve, the Clinic, and University Hospitals have recently announced plans to build a large biotechnology research center and incubator on the site of the former Mt. Sinai Medical Center, creating a research campus to stimulate biotech startup companies that can be spun off from research conducted in the city.[84]

City leaders promoted growth of the technology sector in the first decade of the 21st century. Mayor Jane L. Campbell appointed a “tech czar” to recruit technology companies to the downtown office market, offering connections to the high-speed fiber networks that run underneath downtown streets in several “high-tech offices” focused on the Euclid Avenue area. Cleveland State University hired a technology transfer officer to cultivate technology transfers from CSU research to marketable ideas and companies in the Cleveland area, and appointed a vice president for economic development. Case Western Reserve University participated in technology initiatives such as the OneCommunity project,[85] a high-speed fiber optic network linking the area’s research centers intended to stimulate growth. In mid-2005, Cleveland was named an Intel “Worldwide Digital Community” along with Corpus Christi, Texas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Taipei. This added about $12 million for marketing to expand regional technology partnerships, created a city-wide Wi-Fi network, and developed a tech economy. In addition to this Intel initiative, in January 2006 a New York-based think tank, the Intelligent Community Forum, selected Cleveland as the sole American city among its seven finalists for the “Intelligent Community of the Year” award. The group announced that it nominated the city for its OneCommunity network with potential broadband applications.[86] OneCommunity collaborated with Cisco Systems to deploy a wireless network starting in September 2006.[87]